Rs 1,048.94 crore transferred to mothers

Amaravati, April 28:

The Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Wednesday transferred Rs 1,048.94 crore into the accounts of mothers of 10,89,302 students under Jagananna Vasathi Deevena for the academic year 2020-21.
Speaking on this occasion, the Chief Minister said that only education had the power to change the world, eradicate poverty and backwardness of the society, which is why no child has to be deprived from getting educated. In order to provide quality education for the students and to ease the financial burden on parents, the government had come up with Vidya Deevena reimbursing the college fees and Vasathi Deevena for boarding and hostel fees to the students.
Saying that Vasathi Deevena would benefit nearly 10.89 lakh students in the State, the Chief Minister said that Rs 2,270 crore was spent alone on the scheme since the formation of YSRCP government. In the education sector alone, for schemes like Amma Vodi, Vidya Deevena, Vasathi Deevena, Goru Muddha, Vidya Kanuka and Nadu-Nedu, the State government had spent Rs 25,714 crore within 22 months of forming the government. In spite of going through severe financial crisis due to the pandemic, the State government didn’t back out from implementing any welfare scheme, said the Chief Minister. Speaking on the reforms in the education sector, he said that the government would be implementing CBSE board from the coming academic year and also transform anganwadis as YSR Pre-primary schools offering PP1, PP2 and Pre first class.
On the issue of conducting examinations to class Ten and Intermediate students, he said the centre had left it to the state governments to decide whether or not to conduct tests in the current scenario. He explained that examinations were underway in some states following strict measures and said that SSC and Inter examinations are very important to the students as their future depends on those certificates. He said that their government would ensure safety of every student in the state.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

On this website we use first or third-party tools that store small files (cookie) on your device. Cookies are normally used to allow the site to run properly (technical cookies), to generate navigation usage reports (statistics cookies) and to suitable advertise our services/products (profiling cookies). We can directly use technical cookies, but you have the right to choose whether or not to enable statistical and profiling cookies. Enabling these cookies, you help us to offer you a better experience.